How to Outsmart Your Boss on pushing up captions
This is a simple technique that was discussed in a recent episode of the podcast, the one titled Getting Things Done. The idea is to look at your life and ask yourself “how can I push up my thoughts and actions on a scale of one to ten?” For example, if you are a perfectionist, look at your thoughts and actions on a scale of one to ten. If you are super lazy, look at them on a scale of ten to one.
I’m sure we’ve all done it. At work one day I was looking through my email and I saw “GOT IT!” in big letters above the words “got some great new job interview!” That’s a big reason I’ve not emailed a particular client in a while.
The idea is to get a general idea of how we tend to feel about our own lives, because if we really are on autopilot, we won’t care. If we feel as if we have a lot of control in our lives, we will tend to feel a lot more comfortable on the whole.
It is a difficult problem to solve. I think some of the best ways to solve it are to try and be self aware about our habits, routines, impulses, reactions, and reactions to ourselves. And do whatever is necessary to make sure that these feelings don’t get in the way of us being able to achieve our goals. We have to be really self aware of our feelings and reactions. Because if we are unaware of them, we can easily find ourselves pushing them away.
When we are not aware of our habits, routines, impulses, and reactions, then we can easily find ourselves being pushed away by our feelings. Because if we have no idea of what we are doing, we can easily find ourselves being pushed away by our feelings. Because if we are aware of it, we can just get into the middle of it with no problem.
We all have this thing, the “captions”. The people who make things easy for us that we want to do. They know what we are doing and just keep pushing us away, telling us to get out of the way. We push our captions away, but we don’t realize that we are pushing them away because we are just pushing them away.
When we are pushing our captions away, we are actually pushing them away by our fears, our anxieties, our anger. When we are pushed away, we are pushed out of our minds. So we are being pushed away by our fears, our anxieties, our anger.
The thing about captions is that they remind us that we are the subject of what we are capturing. In a sense, when we push our captions away they push them away by their own fears, our anxieties, our anger. We feel a little silly for saying “I’m not doing that, I’m pushing my captions away” but really, we are. We are being pushed away by our fears, our anxieties, our anger.
The last thing we want to do is push our captions away, but it’s actually one of the most dangerous things we can do. A good way to push a captions away is to make them so powerful that they can’t be pushed back. Then it’s not really a push, it’s an attack. We can make a captions so powerful that they make us feel afraid they are going to kill us.
The reason behind this is that not being able to push them away is actually quite paralyzing. It means we cant communicate with the people who we care about most. It means we cant tell them what we feel or what we want, or we cant let them have our hopes and dreams or our fears. It means we cant be open to them. It means we cant be vulnerable to them.